Jon and I discuss Willam's bare-ly there scheme for interior decoration. Less is more!
If it's Tuesday, that must mean it's time for another weekly Drag Ya Later with Jon & John recap of all the lovely lunacy that went down on this week's episode of RuPaul's Drag Race. For week 7, the top seven queens had to channel their inner Devil Wears Prada editorial skillz, as they had to get crafty and create magazine covers for a bunch of themed "dragazines."
Yep, it's not enough for a queen to look good in a wig and pumps and be able to turn out a convincing Rihanna number atop a pool table anymore; today's drag superstars must also be media moguls. Watch out, Martha Stewart and Tina Brown (and while we're at it, our own Arianna Huffington)! These editrixes are coming for you.
And of course, there was the annual "reading" challenge (see Paris Is Burning), talk of smoked hams, kitty cats, and the saucy side of guest judge Regina King, and get ready for the launch the Latrice Royale Home collection for Raymour & Flanigan. (Sort of.)
SPOILER ALERT: Yes, we'll tell you who won and who got the shaft, so if you've not yet enjoyed this week's episode responsibly, please go to LogoTV.com and do so!
And here's one last image for you. Don't stare at it too hard. You'll go blind!
Miss Sharon Needles enjoys a self-reflective moment in the Interior Illusions Lounge. Ouch.